To Do Today: The Sweat of Their Face: Portraying American Workers, The Wailin’ Jennys, and Up and Vanished

Washington City Paper | December 18, 2017

“The Choral Arts Society of Washington performs holiday standards at the Kennedy Center. 7 p.m. at 2700 F St. NW. $15–$69.” – Kayla Randall

The Virginia Symphony, Led By JoAnn Falletta, Releases REQUIEM By Hector Belioz

Broadway World | December 13, 2017

“Recorded live at Chrysler Hall in Norfolk Virginia and released on the Hampton Roads Classics label, the disc features the Virginia Symphony Orchestra, joined by the Virginia Symphony Orchestra Chorus, Robert Shoup, Chorusmaster, The Choral Arts Society of Washington, Scott Tucker, Artist Director and tenor soloist Robert McPherson.”  – BWW News Desk

D.C. choral groups ready holiday concerts

Washington Blade | December 12, 2017

“The Choral Arts Society of Washington and the Washington Chorus present festive-themed concerts for the holiday season.”  – Mariah Cooper

Choral Arts Society goes big with Monteverdi “Vespers”

Washington Classical Review | November 19, 2017

“…conductor Scott Tucker led just such a grandly scaled performance of the work Saturday afternoon with the Choral Arts Society of Washington, which last programmed this work in 1974. As lighting approximated the fall of dusk in the Kennedy Center Concert Hall, the massed musicians made a good case for their interpretation.” -Charles T. Downey

In J. Reilly Lewis’s footsteps

The Washington Post | November 17, 2017

“As part of a new generation of choral conductors in Washington — Christopher Bell has just taken over the Washington Chorus, and Scott Tucker is in his sixth year at Choral Arts — Fox is also part of what appears to be a gradual sea change in the field from the old-school choral conductor a la Norman Scribner, who gave his life to chorus work, to conductors who also maintain careers guesting with orchestras and opera companies.” -Anne Midgette

Concert Choir to join with local high school choir for Duruflé ‘Requiem’

Penn State News | October 24, 2017

“Neil’s extensive discography includes recordings on the Philips, Sony, Naxos, and MSR Classics labels. He is also active as a harpsichordist and continuo player with period and modern instrumental ensembles, performing music of the 18th to 21st centuries. He has performed with the Choral Arts Society of Washington at the Kennedy Center and Strathmore Center, the Baltimore Choral Arts Society, the Washington Chorus, the City Choir of Washington, and Chicago’s Music of the Baroque, with conductors Norman Scribner, Tom Hall, Julian Wachner, Robert Shafer, Thomas Wickman, Gerard Schwarz, Margaret Hillis, Helmut Rilling and Robert Shaw.” -Penn State News

The Most Powerful Women in Washington

Washingtonian | October 2, 2017

“Catherine Reynolds, CEO, Catherine B. Reynolds Foundation. Best known for her support of ‘character education,’ adding morality and civic responsibility to school curricula, Reynolds also has given grants to the Black Student Fund and the Choral Arts Society of Washington, among others.” -Leslie Milk

Hot Tickets!

The Georgetowner | September 28, 2017

“Mary Bird, The Georgetowner’s veteran social correspondent, also spoke up: ‘I am not the best on choosing the hottest gala. I think it is a matter of what people like and want to support: the arts, medical research, food, animal welfare, etc. The National Symphony season-opening gala, Ambassadors Ball, Harman Center for the Arts gala, Meridian Ball, Knock Out Abuse Gala and Fight Night, Lombardi Gala and the Choral Arts Society of Washington’s Holiday Concert and Gala are all important. The Kennedy Center Honors will be interesting with the first family not attending.'” -Selma Khenissi

BWW Review: BERNSTEIN ON BROADWAY at Kennedy Center

broadway world | September 26, 2017

“The concert’s other example of lesser known songs was a stunning choral arrangement of “Build My House” from Peter Pan and “Take Care of This House” from Bernstein’s ill-fated 1976 collaboration with Alan Jay Lerner called 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. It was performed by the Choral Arts Society, which is one of the area’s best vocal groups. With this number, the audience had chance to learn for themselves why this is true.” – Elliot Lanes

Bernstein on Broadway Review: an exquisite evening

DC Theatre Scene | September 25, 2017

“Both the ensemble and the Choral Arts Society deserve kudos, too. The ensemble players had their brightest moment in the spotlight performing the “Ballet at the Village Vortex” from Wonderful Town (yes, they can sing, act, and dance beautifully). The Choral Arts Society contributed to several numbers, most notably a glorious rendition of Candide’s “Make Our Garden Grow” that closed the show.” – Steven McKnight

Review: ‘Bernstein on Broadway’ at The Kennedy Center

DC Metro TheaterArts | September 23, 2017

“As the evening moved into its second act, members of the Choral Arts Society of Washington added their glorious voices and presence on the stage.” -David Siegel

Bernstein at 100: One Night on Broadway

The Georgetowner | September 22, 2017

“The program will feature a 40-piece orchestra and the Choral Arts Society of Washington, which adds to 75 performers on stage.” – Gary Tischler